Newark school teachers get a new leader. What does it mean as the district itself is in transition and plotting to get out from under state control? What does he expect from the district's new acting ...
New Newark Teacher's Union President John Abeigon talks about the district's recent changes with the departure of Superintendent Cami Anderson and what the union hopes to see happen in the future.
Tax hikes could be part of the package. Just one week left to finalize the state budget and the governor's sharpening his veto pen. The Newark community protested Superintendent Cami Anderson's ...
While many are happy with Cami Anderson's departure as Newark superintendent, some are skeptical about Chris Cerf.
The low-salt winter. Why is New Jersey’s road salt still stuck at sea? Leaving office. Another New Jersey congressman says he’s had enough. And two former Christie aides say "no" to the bridge ...
Three names have surfaced as possible successors to Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf.
The governor meets with victims of Hurricane Sandy who are still waiting for help. The casinos take another hit despite internet gambling. And the warnings are out for a big and dangerous storm.
State Democratic Chair John Currie says Gov. Chris Christie has been distracted and has not addressed the GWB lane closure controversy.
Close encounter as teachers who tried to defeat Gov. Christie hear from his education commissioner. Plus, a former Rutgers coach calls himself an idiot. And the governor soars in the polls while guest ...
The education commissioner spoke at the final day of the NJEA convention in Atlantic City.
An assemblyman quits. Sen. Buono cancels a date. And a congressman says he’s still on the fence.
The New Jersey State Board of Education adopted rules and regulations for the TEACHNJ Act, a law that overhauled tenure rules for public school teachers.
Sen. Menendez wins a big one for the president. But two New Jersey congressmen have serious questions about attacking Syria. Plus, Christie and Buono battle over education.
Gov. Chris Christie said gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono doesn't have a plan to pay for her proposal for universal pre-K.
Education commissioner Chris Cerf denied final applications of what would have been the state's first virtual charter schools.